Clothing that adapts to hide you whatever your surroundings are
By David Hambling
Posted 01.12.2012 at 11:12 am 13 Comments
Camouflage works by confusing the brain. Disruptive patterns obscure a form’s outline, making objects less likely to stand out. But camo has a weakness: No pattern works for every environment. Special Operations Apps, a software design firm in Wilmington, N.C., has developed a process to make site-specific camouflage.
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